There is a little truth in both of these reasons. ES6 was developed quickly, and even its inventor Bren‐ dan Eich admits there are things that he didn’t get right the first time around—and by the time he realized it, too many people were relying on the problematic behavior for him to effectively change it (show me the language that doesn’t suffer from this prob‐ lem, however).
To the new programmer, the amateur, I say this: there is no shame in being an ama‐ teur. There is some shame in staying an amateur (if you make programming your profession, certainly). If you want to practice programming, practice it. Learn every‐ thing you can, from every source you can. Keep an open mind and—perhaps most importantly—question everything. Question every expert. Question every experi‐ enced programmer. Constantly ask “Why?”
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